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May 24, 2005

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Keith Chaffee

I'm looking forward to the recording of this piece; I had the chance to hear the Los Angeles Master Chorale give the premiere performance last fall, and thought the piece suffered from poorly balanced miking of the vocalists, who were drowned out by the instruments. (For all its glories, the folks at Disney Hall haven't yet gotten the hang of amplification.) It will be interesting to hear a properly balanced performance.

sakul

At last! I've been searching the web at least once every month ago in the vain hope of finding *some* mention of a recording of Reich's Variations since I saw it's European premiere in Frankfurt in January. The levels seemed to be fine for the vocalists on that evening... anyway, very much looking forward to it, thanks for the link!

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